2020 North American Championship Race Committee Photo: GretchenDorian
In a few days, you will be receiving an electronic ballot via email from the International DN Ice Yacht Racing Association. We have sent an email to confirm that your email address is correct. If you did receive the email, there’s no need to reply. If you have not received the email from the IDNIYRA, please check your spam folder. If it’s not in the spam folder, please email to email@example.com to let us know.
In the coming days, please watch your inbox for the invitation to vote email so that you can vote on the following 6 proposals:
1. Regatta Management: Fleet seeding
2. EPIC Agreement: Sustainability
3. Specifications: Hull Cross Section
4. Specifications: Steering Post Head
5. Specifications: Sail Window
6. Specifications: National Flags on Sails
The proposals are detailed in the September 2020 issue of Runner Tracks
Thank you for being a member of the IDNIYRA!
“To promote, protect and perpetuate DN one design iceboating, to advance the art and skill of the DN ice yacht construction and sailing as well as the future development of the DN class ice yacht and the sport of ice yachting on all the hard waters of the world.” Photo: Sean R. Heavey
You are a crucial part of the number one ice sailing class in the world. Your dues support this website, the class newsletter Runner Tracks, and the class yearbook. Your dues help to maintain the value of your DN and make you eligible to vote in officer elections and class business. You must be a member of the IDNIYRA to compete at regional and continental regattas. Members will receive a membership card and a sticker in the mail sometime in December.
Members are reminded that the upcoming electronic ballot that was announced in the September Runner Tracks will be based upon membership as of September 1st and will use the same voters list as Spring 2020 election of officers.
Thank you for supporting the IDNIYRA.
1 Year: $26
2 Year: $51
3 Year: $76
SUSTAINING: For those who want to give a little bit extra to help support promotional, regatta, and basic class expenses.
1 Year: $36
2 Year: $76
3 Year: $106
If you’d rather mail a check or have any questions about your membership, please contact Executive Secretary Deb Whitehorse firstname.lastname@example.org
OR DONATE TO THE IDNIYRA
|Another way to support the class is to donate to the IDNIYRA. We keep membership dues reasonable to encourage participation. Your donation will help secure the future of the largest ice sailing fleet in the world. The IDNIYRA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Steve Orlebeke US4926 at the 2020 North American Championship on Fort Peck Reservoir, Fort Peck, Montana. Photo: Gretchen Dorian.
DN iceboats in the press alert! Seahorse Magazine has an article by Steve Orlebeke about our sport.
Not many sailors only ever have one go in a DN ice yacht. US sailor Steve Orlebeke explains why…
One hundred kilometres per hour downwind in 15kt of breeze. That’s what got me hooked. And I am terribly hooked.
This past January I drove 1,000 miles from Wisconsin across Minnesota and North Dakota to a lake in eastern Montana to sail in the North American DN Championship. Some sailors drove over 2,000 miles from the east coast including regatta winner James Thieler. Read more.
The Online Magazine of the International DN Ice Yacht Racing Association
Current Issue: September 2020
RUNNER TRACKS IS AVAILABLE IN THREE DIFFERENT FORMATS:
Download pdf file (best for tablets)
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IN THIS ISSUE
- Annual 2020 IDNIYRA Governing Meeting Minutes
- Making the Best of Spring Ice by Mike Madge KC5449
- Minutes from the 2020 European Secretaries Meeting
- A Summary of Proposals from the European Secretaries Meeting
- 2021 IDNIYRA International Ranking List
Get this issue in a full color soft cover book for $18.
Cover photo: Connie Hartviksen
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A video to whet the appetite for the upcoming season of DN ice sailing from the 2020 Gold Cup champ Łukasz Zakrzewski P155.
Meet Aniela Gracyk of Poland. She’s an accomplished Ice Optimist sailor who is following in the runner tracks of her father, Robert Gracyk P31. This coming winter could be the perfect opportunity to introduce your kids to ice sailing. Ice Optimists are specifically designed for junior sailors. Buy a used one or you could easily build an Ice Optimist as a family project. Learn more about the Ice Optimist and ice sailing for kids here.
Video filmed and edited by Tomek Zakrzewsk P55.